Student Academic Conference “Common Past and Future: Armenian – Georgian Relations from the Present Perspective”

Student Academic Conference “Common Past and Future: Armenian – Georgian Relations from the Present Perspective” (See AGENDA (Eng) (Տե՛ս ՕՐԱԿԱՐԳԸ (Հայ))
On October 12, 2015 at 10:30 am Yerevan State University in its Balian Hall (Faculty of International Studies) will host a Students Academic Conference on “Common Past and Future: Armenian – Georgian Relations from the Present Perspective” organized in frames of the Armenian-Georgian Cooperation through Academia and Students’ Inclusion project.
The project was initiated by Hazarashen NGO (Yerevan, Armenia) in cooperation with Center for Civilisation and Cultural Studies at Yerevan State University (CCCS, YSU), Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) and Association of Anthropologists of Georgia (AAG) and was supported by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation. The goal of the project was to promote Armenian-Georgian cooperation in fields of social sciences through fostering joint research and mentorship.
Professor David Hovhannisyan (Hazarashen, CCCS, YSU), Dr. Satenik Mkrtchyan (CCCS, YSU), Professor Ketevan Khutsishvili (TSU), Professor Nino Chikovani (TSU), Professor Kornely Kakachia (TSU), Professor Hranush Kharatyan (Institute of Archeology and Ethnology of the Academy of Sciences of Armenia, Hazarashen) and Professor Hayk Kocharyan (YSU) were engaged in the project and supervised students’ research.
The students worked in frames of two thematic groups: Common Past and Regional and Global Politics.

Amalya Fljyan, The Impact of Sunni Projects on the South Caucasus Region: The Case of ISIS
Ana Chitaladze and Tatevik Grigoryan, Understanding of Europeanization in Georgia and Armenia – Discourse, Perception and its Effect on Bilateral Relations
Anna Gevorgyan, The Gender Discourse of the “Avangard” Newspaper (1923-1925): Making Armenian Women “Citizens”
Anushik Rshtuni, Challenges and Opportunities of EU Association Agreement and Eurasia Customs Union Agreement for Regional Cooperation
Ekaterine Makhatadze and Greta Papyan, The EU presence in the South Caucasus after the Association Agreement is Set: the cases of Armenia and Georgia
Elene Bodaveli and Nelly Manucharyan, The Reflection of Communist Ideology in the Street Naming Policy of the Soviet Yerevan/Tbilisi (1921-1939)
Giorgi Kochlamazashvili, The Image of Armenians in Georgian Literary Texts (1960-1980)
Iveta Gogava, Defining Conceptual Framework for Identity Construction in Georgia (1900s)
Lilit Arzoyan, The Armenian- Georgian Cooperation Window: Current Economic and Political Developments
Marieta Bazinyan, Constructing a nation: identity markers of Armenians according to Mshak periodical published during 1872-1892
Salome Khvadagiani, Religion as a Marker of Identity for Georgians (1860-1918)
Sergey Prutyan, Iranian Hydrocarbon Resources and transit facilities of South Caucasus countries
Teona Mindiashvili, Tbilisian Fashion in Soviet System (after the World War II)
Vache Gundishvili, The Issue of Russian Language in 1970s Georgia

Language of the conference: English and Russian.
You are kindly invited to the conference.
In case of additional questions please contact Satenik Mkrtchyan or 094 454692

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